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. but we begin with breaking news, two big developments that could lead authorities to alleged killer james dimaggi o's carp. his car was found where he allegedly killed hanna's mother and possibly her brother, ethan,
. because of the breaking news we need to got to this. >> i understand. >> our thoughts are with the family. if we can get you back. we will. thank you so much. okay. >> thank you. >> thank you. want to get back to brooke baldwin in china town in manhattan. brook spechlt. what have you got? >> we just, we have been walking with this group, don, for at least sex hours. this group, young, men, women, old, black, hispanic. a diverse group. started six hours age where we ended uh. where the group has stopped has been on the brooklyn side of the manhattan bridge. where they have just come back from brooklyn. hadn't seen a single arrest all night. we have been walking for six hours. they started singing. placed cardboard coffins in front of them. what are the coffins signify. and they had each of the different boroughs written on the coffins in different names. different young people. shot by police. shot and killed. they placed the coffins. so make sure i am out of the way of the police. take the coffins down. as they were singing. one by one. police were telling them to get up. they wouldn't. a
. >> if i was the mayor of chicago how can i stop it? >> i don't know. >>> this is cnn breaking news. the mystery of flight 370. i'm don lemon. breaking news for you. 15 planes, 13 ships headed out to the search zone for flight 370. and that zone has narrowed again today down to around 18,000 square miles. still a lot of ocean but there's renewed urgency to the search coming after the crew of an australia p 3 oryan picked up a signal that maybe from the black boxes. the fifth signal picked up by search teams so far and it is analyzed right now. we will bring you the news on that as soon as we get it. as the search goes on there are many more questions than answers. you have been tweeting your questions by the thousands and we have experts standing by to answer them for you like this from sara. how long would it take for the plane to sink and how far would the drift be? >> i want to get right to the search zone. let's start with you joe johns. we talked about that search zone. that it was narrowed. it has been a month for the investigation and the government revealed new information a
with breaking news that egypt now has a new transitional president. things are happening quickly here in cairo this thursday morning. let's bring back erin schneider who is here with me for analysis. they are holding morsi under house arrest, rounding up members of the muslim brotherhood, including civili s civilians. we have just seen adly mansour, a man few have heard from in the outside world let alone in egypt. then people will have known as the former u.n. watchdog for nuclear power. obviously front and center in politics here going forward as well. are they going to be in charge or are these two men fig leafs for the military? >> it's a great question. essentially, we don't know. there's an enormous amount of ambiguity. it's a fluid situation. we are waiting to see how things are articulated by the military and how this is going to be received by the public and different elements of the public as well. >> we know how the public here cheered in tahrir square, jub lent by the decision of the military to intervene. the morsi administration. we have also heard from the international communi
so much. time now for anderson cooper ac 360. >>> larry, thanks very much. breaking news tonight but no one down here is celebrating just yet. take a look. what you see is a new capping on top of the well. you don't see that huge cloud of oil leaking into the gulf. here is the before and the after. the stop page came this afternoon at 3:25 eastern time. that's when engineers finished closing the final valve on top of the stack 87 days into the disaster. see the before and the after. now it's a question of seeing if the cap, 13 thousand feet of underground pipe, even the sea floor around it can stand up to all of that pressure. let's listen. >> i have to stress, we have to manage our expectations because depending on what the results are could depend on what happens next. >> that's doug suttles. to see what is actually happening, they are watching the pressure on the pipes and doing seismic testing on the sea floor, literally measuring the depending on what they learn, this picture could change. if they don't leave the well completely shut in, they could hook up a pair of tankers.
getting back under way, but, and this is breaking news, the search area is now shifting. australian authorities say today's efforts will move to an area some 680 miles to the northeast of the old search area, the search area they've been looking at for the last couple of days. it covers about 123,000 square miles and lies about 1100 miles west of perth. this move stemming from ongoing analysis of the plane's last none radar contact. this is all new radar analysis. authorities say it suggests the malaysian airlines 777 was traveling faster than previously thought. if that is true, which they seem to think it is now, it means it burned more fuel, which suggests it did not fly as far south as first thought. so the surveillance aircraft are getting airborne and have a new ocean to search. this chinese plane lifting off a short time ago outside of perth, including some ultrahigh tech american p-8 poseidons. the second heading to the region from okinawa, japan. we'll have an explanation of why exactly now this radical shift 1600 miles difference in the search area, so there's a lot to cov
] >>> updating the breaking news, the cap is in place are and testing should be under way and oil is not going into the gulf. that's the information that we have from bp. >> when you first saw the image of the well without oil coming out, what went through your mind? >> it's good. it's really good. but exactly 68 years ago in july 1942, churchill famously said, this is the end of the beginning. and if you want to make a contact in world war ii, we haven't had the campaign yet or the battle of the bulge or the d-day invasion or anything else, this is good. it was good that we won, the allies won, but in an historical context, this is just the end of the beginning. that's it. >> we talked about this yesterday, it worries you that people are going to say, look, it's over. the problem has ended. >> and this is, again, worrying me because it would be the equivalent of saying, we beat south africa, we're done. no, we have a long way to go. this is a long haul. this is the cleanup. this is -- people have lost their jobs. this is a comeback. and as long as that thing is coughing up a ball in the middl
>>> good evening, everyone. it's 10:00 here on the east coast and we begin with the breaking news, the passing of man who once confessed in dealing with light things that didn't really count. in fact as you'll see, quick clark who died today of a heart attack at age 82, was so modest, not only did they count, they counted a lot and they changed the world. he integrated a corner of the media watched by the entire nation while a third of that nation was still segregated. he turned a beat that kids could dance to into the motivating force of a business empire and made singers into stars. the legendary aretha franklin and richard -- and little richard will join us in a few minutes. but here a look back at his career by koreen wynter. >> reporter: he was known as the world's oldest teenager. dick clark began his career on the weekly dance party that would later be known as "american bandstand" in philadelphia in 1956. the show became a national and later an international sensation, after it was picked up by abc one year later. ♪ ♪ come on baby, let's do the twist ♪ >> reporter: i
>>> this is cnn breaking news. >> good evening. this is "cnn tonight." i'm wolf blitzer reporting tonight from washington. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. alisyn camerota is joining us from new york. we have breaking news tonight in gaza, as well as in iraq. the president of the united states has authorized air strikes in iraq as isis terrorists spread their vicious reign of terror north and threatening american military advisers and consular officials in irbil. >> to stop the advance on irbil, i've directed our military to take targeted strikes against isal terrorist convoys should they move toward the city. >> i'm alisyn camerota. the brutal terrorists struck iraq's largest christian town, giving residents a stark choice, convert to islam or die. they stormed the northern iraqi town of sinjar, forcing its people, tens of thousands of men, women, and children to run for their lives. those people are trapped in the mountains tonight. and their only hope is u.s. humanitarian air drops which just began in the past couple of hours. >> food, w
. these pictures from wtae. we're going to continue to follow these for you. there's also more breaking news on top of you tonight. at this moment, euna lee and laura ling are air born. here they are in the tarmac after almost five months in north korean captivity. finally they're on their way back home. their release and pardon, secured by the former president today. his trip and talks with north korean dictator described as a humanitarian mission. but there are reports they involved weeks of preparation. consultation with the white house and the state department. one south korean said he did not go to negotiate he went to reap the benefits of north korean. what if anything was offered, beyond a photo op or two for the dear leader in dispute. we'll keep digging that for you. and more on what went into the story. it's a welcome chapter that's starting to bewritten. euna and laura, as we mentioned now, somewhere every over the pacific. randi kaye joins us now with the latest. >> we're in santa monica, just outside the apartment building of lisa ling. we're not sure if this is where the family is goi
of journalism and continues to break new ground. walter was all about that. walter was about the value and knowledge of a story and shedding light. it sounds old fashioned but that is what it was about. >> susan we have talked about so many big nights, kennedy assassination, man on the moon, the turning point in vietnam. walter was a pack rat we are told. that is one of the things you learned from your friend and mentor. you have in your desk a script of another famous night in walter cronkite's life. >> i do, indeed. i feel grateful that i can show it tonight. let me put it up here so you can see it. the night that nixon resigned, you can see the copy, good evening, the 37th president of the united states resigned today. you can see walter's handwriting on there. the copy was written by a writer named charlie west. i was a researcher. walter cavalierly threw the script into the garbage can. it is the whole script for the night. the special of the night nixon resigned. i fished it out. i had no knowledge of ebay back then. i could have made catch. i have kept hold this script in my pos
dealings with jaycee, a woman he knew as alyssa. first, the breaking news. the court records, we're getting a first look at. dan simon has details. >> reporter: phillip garrido fanlt sized about raping women. one of the startling admissions he made during his 1977 rape trial n court documents, garrido also testified during that case that he used lsd and cocaine as sexual stimulants and masturbated in public places at the site of schools, grammar schools and high schools and in my own car while i was watching young females. garrido made the confessions while on trial for raping then 25-year-old catherine callaway-hall who told larry king that garrido raped her after she offered to give him a ride. >> turn around the corner and pulled over and he slammed my head into the steering wheel and pulled out handcuffs. took my keys out, threw them on the floor and pulled out handcuffs and handcuffed me and said i just want a piece of ass. if you be good, you won't get hurt. >> reporter: does garrido have other dark secrets in his past that have not been revealed? police confirm they are investigating
with a potential price. new taxes possibly for you. will president obama end up breaking a campaign promise not to raise taxes even a single dime on the middle class? this weekend a pair of the president's top economic advisers refuse to rule out new taxes to close the budget gap a short fall that grows the economy in a recession but could hurt it later. your money, your future, your taxes. ali velshi has it covered. bottom line, is everybody going to start paying more in taxes? >> six, even, eight months ago we couldn't get through a night without talking about the terrible things happening in the economy. before we get to taxes let's tet you what is going on. we have good reports. we know the stock market starts to recover before the rest of the economy in a recession. go back to election day and see where the dow was. about 9,139. it was pretty choppy but down until march 9th which we think at least if things don't go wrong again was the bottom of the market. it is almost like a "v" shape. we are higher than election day. that is number one. look at the thing that got us into the recessi
with breaking news many people might say why didn't we know this before? the australian investigators say this is not untypical for an investigation like this which is such a mystery. we keep getting more information. you keep refining the information you have. you keep putting it into other models and getting toward different conclusions. this has been happening in this search zone. we started in the south china sea. so it continues to narrow down. it is still a 300,000 climt search zone. ships won't get there until tomorrow night. planes are on the scene now. the latest heading out. it was a p-8 arriving from the u.s. navy. we'll be waiting for information from that. the first plane has returned. no word on whether they've seen anything. i should add the conditions, the sea conditions and the atmospheric conditions, much kinder in this part of the indian ocean. it is out of those deep southern latitudes where you get the big storms that whip up very quickly. >> we should know the u.s. is deploying a second p-8 aircraft from japan heading to this new search area to aid in trying to ident
. there will be much more on this breaking news story right now with anderson cooper and "ac 3 " 360." it that's all for us tonight. >>> good evening, everyone. 10:00 on the east coast, we have breaking news on two fronts tonight, jobs and the specter of a terror attack on the country. intelligence owe fushls saying they have credible, specific but unconfirmed information for a threat against potentially new york city and washington. moments ago michael bloomberg spoke to reporters. >> the threat at this moment has not been corroborated. it is cred arable but has not been corroborated. but we live in a world where we must take these threats seriously and we certainly will. the nypd is deploying additional resources around the city and taking other steps to keep our city safe, some of which you may notice and some of which you will not notice. >> new york's mayor mike bloomberg. a bit more on what we know. we should mention that earlier reports end up usually changing as new information comes in. we want to be careful with what we tell you tonight. a senior intelligence official tells us the plot was
, breaking news, if you're traveling pretty much anywhere. more than 2,000 flights cancelled as the first big storm of the season hits hard and by big, i mean big. by this time tomorrow night, about 100 million people, near lie 1/3rd of the country will be affected. plenty of people already are. winter weather advisories from minnesota to maine. blizzard warnings across new england. boston where it takes a lot to close the schools, the schools are closing. new york and new jersey governors late today declaring states of emergency announcing highway closings. the first week in office for mayor bill blazio. it's no better for air travelers. more than 2,000 flights cancelled so far. the wave starting at chicago's o'hare working it's way east now hammering one hub of another. delays are spreading through the system. traffic in and out of boston's logan airport being halted early tonight with no flights planned for tomorrow morning. then, after all that, which sounds plenty bad, it could get worse. as temperatures plunge on the backside of this storm. well, covering this from all the angles with f
. breaking news, i want to show you denver international airport on the ground, united flight 663. we're being very preliminary, being careful not to get ahead of the facts. there was a disturbance aboard the flight from d.c. to denver. someone tried to light their shoes on fire. and being investigated by the fbi. and joining us former white house security advisor, fran, what do you make of this? >> caller: the first thing they're trying to figure out, is this person crazy? in other words, somebody had a mental breakdown and caused a disturbance on the flight. the concerning factor of the shoes on fire, reminiscent of richard reid, i guess that was 2002. was this an attempted terrorist attack bilike the christmas day attempt or was this a mentally disturbed person? i'm sure that's what they're sorting through now. interesting they have the fbi there and tsa. one of the other questions i have is what does the national counter-terrorism center know about this individual? some preliminary reports suggested it was a diplomat. i guess we have to wait and see what more we can find out about
with the breaking news, the passing of man who once confessed in dealing with light things that didn't really count. in fact as you'll see, quick clark who died today of a heart attack at age 82, was so modest, not only did they count, they counted a lot and they changed the world. he integrated a corner of the media watched by the entire nation while a third of that nation was still segregated. he turned a beat that kids could dance to into the motivating force of a business empire and made singers into stars. the legendary aretha franklin and richard -- and little richard will join us in a few minutes. but here a look back at his career by koreen wynter. >> reporter: he was known as the world's oldest teenager. dick clark began his career on the weekly dance party that would later be known as "american bandstand" in philadelphia in 1956. the show became a national and later an international sensation, after it was picked up by abc one year later. ♪ ♪ come on baby, let's do the twist ♪ >> reporter: in spite of racial attitudes at the time, clark was a pioneer in promoting african-american ar
continue with breaking news live from japan with what is now believed to be the worst nuclear disaster since chernobyl. we now have a situation today where there was a second fire in reactor number four. there was a fire in reactor number four yesterday. that's a reactor that containts spent fuel rods. that is an extremely serious situation. we're trying to find out the latest on the ground with that second fire that had broken out today in reactor number four. there are six reactors at this one plant, the fukushima daiichi plant. each reactor has some kind of problem. reactors one, two and three have had problems with containment vessels and fear of partial meltdowns in some of those reactors. reactors four, five and six contain spent fuel rods and now there are serious concerns about the safety of those reactors. we're going to have all the details ohhen that tonight. we have new video at this hour from nhk. it's kind of difficult to see what you're looking at, but basically it's a long distance shot of reactor four which you see smoke from reactor four. we assume that's from the fir
, thanks very much. thanks for joining us. breaking news, the little-known pastor whose plan to burn korans sparked an american fire around the world. he canceled his plans but tonight it's possible he hasn't. the latest in the bizarre back and forth of the last few hours and how this little pastor has somehow inserted himself in the controversy over the mosque and islamic center near ground zero. the democratic congressman who says the health plan is for people to, quote, die soon. most controversial member of his party is up for re-election. we'll take you in "360 politics under pressure." >>> facing the makings of republican tidal wave. are democrats running away from and in some cases running against the obama policies, some that they voted for? >>> we begin with the breaking news, the koran burning planned for 9/11 that was canceled today after a series of twists and turns, involving everyone from defense secretary gates to donald trump could be back on again. that's the breaking news tonight. only the obscure florida preacher knows for sure. only thing we learned for sure is that he i
. >>> and breaking news overnight, the white house declaring a federal emergency following a massive chemical spill. the latest on this developing story, next. that's my geico digital insurance id card - gots all my pertinents on it and such. works for me. turn to the camera. ah, actually i think my eyes might ha... next! digital insurance id cards. just a tap away on the geico app. could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that when a tree falls in the forest and no one's around, it does make a sound? ohhh...ugh. geico. little help here. >>> breaking overnight. some of the basketball players are on their way home after an exhibition game in honor of kim jong-un's birthday. but dennis rodman is not with them apparently staying behind and going skiing with his friend the north korean leader. what do you think the two men are talking about? could he bring up american kenneth bay after all. what do we know? >> we have heard from two contacts that dennis rodman would be going to the north korean ski resort with kim jong-un. he was educated in swit
of the hour. breaking news on cnn. i'm don lemon live in ferguson, missouri. it is 11:00 p.m. on the east coast. 10:00 p.m. here inferringst fer in ferguson. appropriate te protests after the grand jury did not indict officer wilson in the shooting death of michael brown. this is cnn tonight. i'm don lemon. live in ferguson, missouri. again, you are watching some unrest play out here on the streets of ferguson. what you are looking at. live pictures of a police cruiser in front of city hall. torched by protesters. police moved in quickly to put it out. jason carol out on the streets as well as cnn's chris cuomo. first, chris cuomo in the crowd. get to jason after that. what's going on? >> you can see right now. you have the heavy duty police cruisers coming by us. right now. emptied the fire station. in a large attachment of officers. a degreesen cruisers went by. protesters left mere 15 minutes ago. and found a target of opportunity. in the less guarded part of the city. where jason carol is, that's where they're attacking, took down one of the police cars, making a lot of trouble there
tonight. up next we have more breaking news. late word on a vote in new york state on same-sex marriage. there has not been a vote tonight many going to talk about the likelihood of it. there had been some talk late tonight or maybe tomorrow or the following day. detail tonight on where things exactly stand. maybe the bigger question, why are lawmakers taking so long to say yes or no to get a vote on to the floor. also breaking news in the trial of casey anthony in a 360 exclusive. find out what casey anthony's mom and dad actually think about their daughter's guilt or innocence. do they believe she is innocent? we actually have the answer for the first time on that tonight. details ahead.tw k -- a network of possibilities. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... for greater access to all the things you want, whenever you want them. it's the at&t net
lives. "anderson cooper 360" starts now with sanjay gupta. >>> tonight, breaking news and burning questions with crude now come ashore in louisiana. did the oil company bp not take enough steps to have prevented this? did the government fail to enforce safety provisions? then fail to act fast enough when the oil rig blew? plenty of allegations out there. now some early answers as well. we're keeping them honest. what's the impact of all this? i'll have the medical bottom line. also more breaking news, a shooting in arizona. a suspected illegal immigrant is involved potentially here. this as the state makes some new changes to the immigration law and a cop sues to block it. a lot is happening on the border and none of it is over yet. first breaking news. another state, alabama, declaring an oil spill emergency and an early sign of what and it the louisiana gulf coast could be dealing with for years to come. i want to show you some pictures. an early victim. the feathers are supposed to be all white. a doctor at tri-state bird rescue is helping clean it up. the pink stuff they're sh
enforcement officials. we begin tonight with the breaking news, and a deadly serious question. is north korea's dictator serious about his latest nuclear threat? and even if he isn't, or can't carry it out, could deadly consequences follow anyway? the word came late today from kcna, and quote, we formally inform the white house and pentagon the ever escalating u.s. hostile policy toward the dprk and its reckless nuclear threat will be smashed by the strong will of all the united service personnel, and people and cutting-edge smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear strike means of the dprk. dprk, of course, is north korea. the phrase, nuclear strike, means -- that refers to north korea's nuclear arsenal. most don't believe they have much. nuclear devices, yes, warheads, maybe. reliable missiles that could carry an atomic to the u.s., no. tonight reaction from the white house. it reads in part, and i quote, we have seen today's statement by north korea again making unhelpful and unconstructive threats. north korea should stop its the provocative threats and instead concentrate on abiding by in
that big on the wall, anderson. >> yeah. joe, thanks again. >>> the breaks news tonight, the same-sex marriage soon-to-be law in new york. about 30 days we're told. we're waiting to hear from new york's governor, andrew cuomo. he's expected to speak any moment now. we'll bring that to you live. the pill passing new york's assembly. late tonight the senate. earlier i spoke with republican senator greg ball who voted no on the bill. let's listen. >> senator ball, thank you very much for being with us. you oppose what is happening right now in albany. what is your thinking on that? why do you oppose sm same-sex marriage in the state of new york? >> at the end of the day, i've got to say i represent over 300,000 people. i wanted to listen to all of them. i felt it was ex trooply important when we got into this debate to make sure to have religious protections. thankfully we have some pretty strong religious protections in this bill. those religious protections didn't go far enough for me or many who live within the communities i represent. but they were strong enough for we saw tonigh
." this was pretty dam cool. "a.c. 360" starts now. everyone, a lot of politics to cover. first, the breaking news we are following now. new information on tropical storm isaac. we know it may threaten the start of the republican convention in tampa on monday. but it would be a matter of life and death for the people in its path. living in tents in haiti and exposed to elements, wide open to bad weather, and they are some of the first that could be in jeopardy. what do we know from this new data? >> i know you have been to haiti and that situation. i can't imagine 24 hours in. this storm is on its way just to the south f port-au-prince. the worst side of the storm will be there about this time tomorrow night. you have 400,000 people or close to that number living in tents and wind going sideways. i can't imagine tomorrow night in haiti, absolutely unbearable. the wind, 45 miles an hour a gust of 50. that is up 5 miles an hour from the last update. hurricane hunter aircraft are in it, they're finding it more organized, and that's how it gets to be a hurricane before it hits haiti tomorrow, anderson. >
. anderson cooper right now and "ac 360." anderson? >>> we begin with breaking news that the united states. one person is confirmed dead, seven people injured in a massive fire in northern california. authorities believe that toll is likely to go up. dozens of homes have gone up and flames and the fire broke out after an explosion in the town of san bruno, which is near the san francisco airport. they believed it was killed by a gas line and are working hard to contain it. witnesses report hearing a loud explosion and dan simon is on the scene. why are you able to tell us? >> reporter: we were near what we believe was ground zero and it was just total devastation. there were many homes level them from us. fire crews dealing with very first flames. we believe this fire was caused by some kind of gas explosion and the explosion was so fierce that we saw pieces of concrete 100 yards away from ground zero. it was unbelievable. this is going to be a long night for firefighters. originally, rose mary, there were reports that a plan may have crashed into the hillside here in san bruno. those repo
, a lot of politics to cover. first, the breaking news we are following now. new information on tropical storm isaac. we know it may threaten the start of the republican convention in tampa on monday. but it would be a matter of life and death for the people in its path. living in tents in haiti and exposed to elements, wide open to bad weather, and they are some of the first that could be in jeopardy. what do we know from this new data? >> i know you have been to haiti and that situation. i can't imagine 24 hours in. this storm is on its way just to the south f port-au-prince. the worst side of the storm will be there about this time tomorrow night. you have 400,000 people or close to that number living in tents and wind going sideways. i can't imagine tomorrow night in haiti, absolutely unbearable. the wind, 45 miles an hour a gust of 50. that is up 5 miles an hour from the last update. hurricane hunter aircraft are in it, they're finding it more organized, and that's how it gets to be a hurricane before it hits haiti tomorrow, anderson. >> it could become a hurricane tomorrow? >> i be
in the u.s. five alone in new york. 5.3 million people are without power. 23 states are under wind advisories. damage from the wind alone could top $3 million. and sandy is already response iblg f67 deaths in caribbeans. >> roads flooded out. the water rising above the cars in some locals. this historic superstorm made landfall over the most populated areas of the u.s. wind damage, power outages, storm surges, inland flooding, you name it, even snowstorms are threatening the lives and homes of 60 people from virginia to mags ma massachusetts. >> look at this. this is the crane atop a luxury manhattan skyscraper. now it's 730 stories. going up to 90. it's swaying back and forth over west 57th street. let's get to meteorologist ivan cabrera joining us with the latest on the superstorm. where is sandy right now? >> sandy is inland at this point here. unlike a hurricane, it's going to be a long one here. this is not weakening. remember, when a hurricane that makes landfall, we're relaxing a bit. the storm gets the energy from the ocean here. this is no longer a hurricane, no longer a t
and has to see this all breaking on the news. first i want to bring in new york senator james sanders jr. by the way, i did one on the job. congratulations. nice of you to come in. you saw how things played out. this is your area that was hit the hardest. are you satisfied with this speedy resolution today and with what we'll see this week and in a couple of weeks? >> satisfied? i'm charging them with being awol, absent without leadership in this case. there's a compact that the american people make and that's if you do right, play by the rules, pay your taxes, defend the nation, uncle sam will be there when you're in need. they won't leave you out there in the cold. that's not true. 3,000 of my residents are out there in the cold. they haven't had power or light -- >> you still have 3,000 people who don't have electricity? >> 3,000 peek in my district don't have light or power. and the people in washington just don't get it. we don't have that time. these residents did not have a merry christmas. they are not having a happy new year. they are not doing eggnog and things of that nature.
are harder to reach for things like snowplows as well. >> thank you. in boston for us. thanks. in new york state the governor has declared a state of emergency and authorities are warning people to stay off the roads. albany expecting as much as 18 inches with wind chills of 15 to 20 below. new york city could get anywhere from 6-12 inches of snow. it would be the first test for the new mayor who was sworn and just wednesday. to the east of new york city, long island is under a blizzard warning until friday afternoon. that is where will he is breathing ailments. how cold is it for you? >> good morning. the story, i think, is the cold. the colder temperatures. we have several inches of snow on the ground and as you can see, it blows the snow around. they can be occasional wind gusts which necessitate the blizzard warning. it is about how frigid it feels. in many cases these are temperatures people have not felt in many years and that is across many different states affected by the storm. that is why this storm bills different from so many others. that is why it is harder for so many of the
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saudi billionaire prince ahlid bin talau >>> we begin with breaking news. late word that emergency white house talks to head off the debt crisis got nowhere tonight. and there are new signs, troubling ones that any possible compromise, big or small, long term or short, simply is not going to make it through the house of representatives. now, you may think that this is businesses usual in washington. two sides pushing a crisis to the brink in order to get the best possible deal for their side. but jessica yellin is reporting that some of her sources are telling her that this is anything but a normal crisis. she joins us now. jessica, thanks. your sources are saying this is becoming an abnormal crisis. what happened today? >> reporter: well, there was a lot of process, sanjay. and a lot of discussion and still no break through is the bottom line. we are less than two days away from the president's self-imposed july 22nd deadline for a deal. and still there is no deal. and now some on capitol hill, some of even the president's allies are saying this is now in their view time to cut ba
to the breaking news, the developing situation. the nuclear emergency. i want to bring in our own dr. sanjay gupta here in sendai who knows a lot about the effects of radiation. and i want to bring in our cnn contributor, jim walsh, and tom foreman, who has been looking into the history of these plants. let's start off with you, jim walsh, what do you make of the explosion at reactor number two, for the last couple days we've been talking about reactors one and three. now reactor two an explosion. how serious is this? what does this mean? >> it certainly sounds more serious, anderson. when i first heard about it, i thought, this is just the same movie being rerun. we had a hydrogen explosion at unit one. we had a hydrogen explosion at unit three, they put sea water into unit two, this must be a hydrogen explosion. but the press conference that the utility gauge seemed to suggest, that there might be something more serious, that the containment vessel might be ruptured. that's bad news if that's true. now, i have been contacting my japanese sources since then. they seem to be backing away from that
and "anderson cooper 360." >>> thanks so much. breaking news in the michael jackson case, the first inside account of what happened in the jackson home when it became clear that something was terribly wrong. also tonight, a money battle in the making over the jackson estate. money trouble for dr. conray murray, revelations about his past, and more importantly new information about what could be his immediate legal future. at least one imagine arm, the feds tightening their focus. randi, what's the latest on a case that appears to be building against dr. murray? >> reporter: there has been some movement here, anderson. first, right away, a federal law enforcement officials is telling us, quote, dr. murray is the only one they are looking at. once again, that's from a federal source, saying they're only looking at dr. conrad murray. it's important to point out wet know other doctors' records have been subpoenaed, but now with three warrants, clearly he's the central focus. his lawyer said they were looking for evidence of the offense of manslaughter. monday a source told cnn that murray gave
, laying out his job creation plan. >>> also breaking news out west. a huge mess, traffic lights out, flights delayed after a massive power outage. if you're in southern california and you can see this picture right now, consider yourself lucky. >>> our other breaking news tonight, the president's jobs speech. millions are without a job, the economy at best is stuck in neutral. tonight the president laid out proposals that he says will get it moving again. everything to the run-up of this moment has been contentious, right down to the scheduling of it. everything in the aftermath will be just as loaded with conflict and partisanship. that part of point scoring and game playing is what the president called on for both sides to set aside. tonight we'll look at whether the president's hope is realistic and what is in his plan and promises up to this point, keeping him honest. first, the president himself. >> i am sending this congress a plan that you should pass right away. it's called the american jobs act. there should be nothing controversial about this piece of legislation. everythi
, st. bernard parish, where people didn't get a break on the road home program. the good news is it doesn't have to stay that way. hopefully the president will bring a message that we're going to fix that. if you were poor, it was harder for you to get back into your house. they used different scales for what the cost of a house would be to replace one price in the ninth ward, one place on another street. >> i talked to a woman in ninth ward about a contractor running off with her money. >> absolutely. >> and she has no recowers. as you see it now, five yoers on -- history changes and i feel like it's easy to rewrite history and it's a real problem that you have politicians basically trying to rewrite what really happened here. what do you see the big picture? >> that's why it's important to do what you're doing. let's remember what really happened and not let revisionist history come in here. it was a break down at all levels of government. good things are happening right now. fema became a dirty word. pick up the times tonight, you'll see fema is giving $1.8 fighting for . w
>> thanks very much, candy. good evening, everyone. there's breaking news tonight in the flooding and big controversy over how to fund disaster relief. a leading congressman says we should pay for it but only with spending cuts in unrelated programs elsewhere. even though during another big disaster, he wanted relief money for his own district with no strings attached. we're keeping them honest tonight. also in a moment, we'll take you live to a town that's still under water and you'll hear from a man who has been stranded by hurricane irene and he says forgotten by fema. rising waters leaving him surrounded. roads are gone. nearby houses gone as well. power is out. supplies are still limited. he says he hasn't seen a government official or fema worker and only local sheriffs trying to deal with the problem. he joins us shortly by phone. breaking news tonight, late word that president obama will hit hard hit patterson new jersey over the weekend. flood warnings in effect for the area up and down the east coast in fact days after rain from hurricane irene first began falling. susan
recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >>> breaking news to report. late news the holland tunnel, one of the major arteries into and out of manhattan will partially reopen tomorrow morning. that's good progress. one of the two tubes opening back up for rush hour tomorrow. still for many, getting around tonight and tomorrow is going to remain a nightmare. take a look at this. these are pictures from outside the barclays center in brooklyn. those are thousands and thousands of people waiting for hours to get on buses into manhattan. this is what it looks like when new yorkers lose the subway system that we all rely on. the subway has been shut down since sunday night. limited subway service started today but very limited. nothing below 34th street where there's no power. if you're familiar with new york, that's a huge chunk of the city. there is still no power to lower manhattan. entire subway stations are flooded. jason carroll got an upclose look at the south bury station with an mta official. it is not hard to see why the subways are down in that part of the city. watch t
breaks and incentives. new opportunities for business. over 250,000 new private sector jobs were created over the last two years. and 17 straight months of job growth. with the most private sector jobs ever. lower taxes, new incentives, new jobs, now that's news. to grow or start your business in the new new york visit thenewny.com >>> the texas d.a. mike mclelland and his wife cynthia were laid to rest today amid tears, resolve and no small measure of fear. the tears as you would imagine for two beloved members of the community, two devoted parents. the resolve from chris heisler who led the memorial services yesterday, calling on law enforcement to chase the killers down and in his words, take them out of the hole they come from. the fear, though, comes from any number of angles. it flows from the fact that mike mclelland and cynthia were not the first prosecutor in kaufman county, texas to be gunned down recently and the fact that the killers remain at large. last night visitation services had to be suspended and the church evacuated when someone phoned in a bomb threat. no bomb was f
to agree. agree. ac 360 starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> breaking news on two fronts, a gunman with hostages, three hostages being held right now. bomb squad on the scene. we'll bring you the latest on that in just a few minutes. but we begin with breaking news, news on the intercepted al qaeda messages. a source familiar with the latest intelligence telling barbara starr u.s. code breakers recognized a number of specific words they believed signalled a potentially imminent attack. three intercepts got their attention. the first leader of al qaeda outlining a possible attack. the second, said to be a response from an al qaeda leader and two weeks leader the u.s. snagged a third message from him appointing a deputy. a u.s. official declined to discuss specific code words but said quote was there a sense of imminence, the overall area at risk and known actors. there was this, officials said, great concern and we know in audition to the em bbassy closings, drones launched an attack that abc news is killing four suspective al qaeda oftives. fred townson is working her sou
sweeping across the country and killing some kids. >>> we begin with breaking news on the jersey shore. a massive fire burning on the board walk of seaside heights. high winds are fanning the flames that begun in a custard shop that spread involving at least 19 buildings bringing fire crews from around the area. this is the same area that took a heavy beating from super storm sandy. it was rebuilding. the boardwalk just reopened. it's being torn up to spot the flames from spreading. what's the latest on the fire? >> reporter: anderson, the boardwalk that survived hurricane sandy just around this time last year is engulfed in flames. if you look behind me, there are about 400 firefighters right now that are trying to fight this fire. the winds are not helping. this reached to be a six-alarm fire and started around 2:30 this afternoon. it started at a custard shop as you said. 20 businesses were affected and governor christie right now is on the scene, anderson? >> do we know what caused the fire at this custard shop? >> reporter: yeah, that is the one big question that officials are not
. tonight, breaking news, major city under water, heartbreaking. damage and death toll rising. we have the latest from nashville and will speak with the mayor and kenny chesney on the story all the world needs to know. and the bp disaster and what if any oversight did the government have over this company for years. we're keeping them honest. bottom line, are government watchdogs more like lapdog, in some cases literally in bed with the industry, having sex with employees they were supposed to be watching over, even doing drugs in some cases. you won't believe what we found. it's the latest in our keeping them honest report. >>> breaking news tonight on the time square terror suspect. a dry run the day before the bombing attempt and why so many suspects on the no-fly list can still get guns legally in america. we'll talk to bill maher about that. >>> we begin with the breaking news on catastrophic flooding in the south. while a lot of us in the national media have been focused on the gulf oil spill, the city of nashville is under water. at least 29 people are dead, 19 of them in tennes
, the breaking news we are following now. new information on tropical storm isaac. we know it may threaten the start of the republican convention in tampa on monday. but it would be a matter of life and death for the people in its path. living in tents in haiti and exposed to elements, wide open to bad weather, and they are some of the first that could be in jeopardy. what do we know from this new data? >> i know you have been to haiti and that situation. i can't imagine 24 hours in. this storm is on its way just to the south f port-au-prince. the worst side of the storm will be there about this time tomorrow night. you have 400,000 people or close to that number living in tents and wind going sideways. i can't imagine tomorrow night in haiti, absolutely unbearable. the wind, 45 miles an hour a gust of 50. that is up 5 miles an hour from the last update. hurricane hunter aircraft are in it, they're finding it more organized, and that's how it gets to be a hurricane before it hits haiti tomorrow, anderson. >> it could become a hurricane tomorrow? >> i believe so. it's in the very good water
we begin with breaking news. late word that emergency white house talks to head off the debt crisis got nowhere tonight. and there are new signs, troubling ones that any possible compromise, big or small, long term or short, simply is not going to make it through the house of representatives. you may think this is business as usual in washington. two sides pushing a crisis to the brink in order to get the best possible deal for their side. but jessica yellin is reporting that some of her sources are telling her that this is anything but a normal crisis. she joins us now. jessica, thanks. your sources are saying this is becoming an abnormal crisis. what happened today? >> reporter: well, there was a lot of process, sanjay. and a lot of discussion and still no breakthrough is the bottom line. we are less than two days away from the president's self-imposed deadline for a deal and still there is no deal. some on capitol hill, some of even the president's allies are saying this is now in their view time to cut bait and stop going for this big deficit reductions package they've been talk
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